With a name like Little Bread, you might be expecting small, dainty sandwiches and petit pastries. Think again. Found in Miami’s Little Havana neighbourhood, Little Bread serves up honking great Cuban sandwiches in its trendy brick and tile bedecked store. There are some familiar sandwich names – the Cuban, for starters – which act as a life raft in a menu rich in temptations. But even this classic gets a flavour upgrade with pork rillettes, black forest ham, salami, swiss cheese, pickles, and mustard caviar, so how to choose? There’s always the Elena Ruz, another classic yet revamped Cuban sandwich and one of Little Bread’s most popular; a mouthwatering creation of turkey, whipped goat cheese, local berry jam, bacon and arugula. Or maybe the Media Noche, which throws skirt steak into the mix. Once the menu has been navigated, there are a handful of tables inside and a few outside; ideal for kicking back with a sandwich and a brew from the local Biscayne Brewing Company, while doing a spot of people watching.